Catit Treat Ball Cat Toy

By Catit
Rated 3.7649 out of 5 stars
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About This Item

  • Reduces feline obesity by making cats work for food.
  • Reduces boredom.
  • Refillable cat treat dispenser.
  • Turn the lid fully closed, and it becomes a regular play ball.
  • Available in multiple colors.
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Toy FeatureExerciseExerciseExerciseExerciseCatnip, Bouncy
Toy TypeBalls, Treat DispensersChew Toys, Treat DispensersTreat DispensersTreat DispensersChasers, Games & Puzzles
MaterialPolyesterPolyesterRubberPlasticPolyester, Plastic

Questions & Answers

9 Customer Questions


Does it come apart for cleaning?
Answer by ChewyAug 05, 2017
This product does not come apart.

Is the toy dishwasher safe? If not, what’s the best way to clean the inside?
Answer by ChewyAug 06, 2019
This toy is not dishwasher safe. Some customers report cleaning it by soaking it in warm, soapy water. Shake the toy with the soapy mixture inside, then rinse thoroughly and allow to air dry.

Can this be for dogs also?
Answer by ChewyApr 15, 2018
This Toy is designed for use with cats.

Is the opening adjustable? Can I make it smaller to challenge my cat or is it only one size?
Answer by ChewyFeb 02, 2018
The opening is only one size.


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655 Customer Reviews



Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By SparqiVA on May 1, 2022

Catit Treat Ball

I have a ragdoll kitty named Willow. She's very sweet, and absolutely terrified of this thing, lol! I think it is the noise it makes, and the size she finds intimidating. I was enormously entertained when I introduced her to the treat ball, and she jumped, like, two feet and took off in the opposite direction! It works great,and I would highly recommend it to anyone who has adventurous kitties. If they are timid, you could be looking at therapy for your feline, and that's not cheap...just sayin'.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Noggin on Apr 25, 2022

Nope, poor choice

I am embarrassed to say that I bought one a good year ago. That one lasted 3 uses. I somehow decided that I may have gotten a defective one and ordered another because the cat really liked it. (I go away early in the morning on one day and return mid afternoon the next about 2X a month). I figured that I could put one of his meals in the ball. This time it lasted one time. Unfixable. Don't do it.


Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By CheriA on May 7, 2022

Not really what I thought

I think the hole maybe too big on this ball. Even when I am sure to put the treats all the way in as far as it goes one or two rolls and all the treats are out. I will try to find bigger treat but this doesn’t really hold our kitty’s attention.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By puppy on Apr 11, 2022

Treat Ball for a fast eater

I love this thing. I use it to feed a particularly aggressive eater his meals, which gives the other cat time to eat. I have bought 3 so far. They will crack eventually but I think my guy is tough on it. It is good that there are varying degrees of difficulty for the treats/food opening.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Normie on May 7, 2022

Fun Treat Ball

Our cats enjoy knocking this ball around and chasing it. They are happily surprised when treats are randomly dispensed. I like the feature that it is adjustable to handle various sizes of treats.


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By TREATBALL on Mar 7, 2022

Kind of worked? Kind of didn't?

I'm not sure if this worked with other cats but in my case this was a big mistake.. lol my very overly treat obsessed cat (Kash) figure out that if you smack it into the wall hard and often enough the treats will falls right out with little movement due to the treats overweighing the ball. He only moved the ball around for a day and then i began to hear slams against my bedroom door.. He was laying down on the floor... basically eating all the treats while laying down ...


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Toomanycats on Mar 20, 2022

So-so toy for cats

I got this along with another variety of treat toy. The other one works great this one, not so much. Harder to put the treats in and for the cats to knock them out, and the corkscrew, while a good idea, doesn't execute well - treats get stuck between the corkscrew and the wall of the ball and don't travel down easily.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By gunit on Apr 2, 2022

Really neat toy/treat dispenser!

Our cat, Andrew, loves this toy. He had one much like it but the dog destroyed it. We couldn't find a replacement in the stores BUT- Chewy had one that works basically the same. The cat is happy , now, we just need to keep it away from our GSD.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By AmyC on Apr 24, 2022

Kitten loves it!

My kitten Meeko is treat obsessed! He has figured out how to play with this ball successfully! This is a fun way to get your kitties moving & get they get rewarded!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By RoverCleveland on Jan 18, 2022

Yorkie-poo loves it!

I purchased this toy to gauge interest amongst an American Tabby, Shih-tese (Shih-Tzu/Maltese mix), and a Yorkie-poo. Generally, it was a hit but the yorkie-poo enjoyed it most of the three The tabby and the Shih-tese, versed in complex puzzles, hung back to collect anything the Yorkie-poo missed. I think they had "figured out" the toy and more so enjoyed the scavenging part of the playtime, whereas other toys sustain their curiosity more. The Yorkie-poo, who typically shrugs off toys, really enjoyed following this one around the home—at times, even, punting it with his face.